Thoughts on whether compaction can be resolved with root crops? E.g. fodder radish.
Got some ground that was dug for gravel and topsoil dozed back on (v. thin in some places), decades ago but drainage has been horrendous ever since.
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Hi guy's, I have a small hobby farm and I am looking to buy a small tractor for topping, harrowing, rolling and a small bit of ploughing. I was looking at a John Deere 2040s or a Case 1294. Any thoughts or suggestions appreciated.
I know the latest date for sowing ST has been covered a few times on here so apologies.
I have 40 acres available to me that we could possibly get in in the next day or two, if I uped the seed rate ,and made it come as thick as cress, would that compensate for the lack of growing time to make...
People are saying the combi drill will stay straighter if I cultivate the ground at the same angle I drill it. This will mean going with the tramlines and combine wheelings. What are peoples thoughts ? Thanks
I'm looking for a machine to broadcast stubble turnips and cover crops into a standing crop of wheat. A Kuhn Aerospreader is the obvious choice but they don't come up for sale often and new would be too expensive. Does anyone else have any idea? We tried with our fertiliser spreader one season...
Manage to get 35 acres spun on yesterday onto stubbles that had been scratched over to get a bit of tilth.
Plan was to roll last night but events prevented that.
We’ve had about 18mm of rain overnight and this morning so it’s going to chit in another 48 hours I bet so no chance to roll...
I notice that rape seed still struggles to germinate and gets stunted when it does, in the rows of the combine swath/chaff , even though the combines are fitted with chaff spreaders . Many of you will quite rightly say that the rape seed does not germinate that well in the combine swath rows...
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I'm after some advice on buying a seed drill with a maximum 3m working width. I'll be looking to use on land with a high clay content, mainly on pastures. At most, it will have a yet to purchased disc harrow through it first. I was looking at the Massey Ferguson 130 as I think they could do the...
Normally try and drill first ten days of October but last two years have been caught by heavy storms just after drilling that has gone on for months, thinking of going early this time, what's are others doing ?
In these increasing regulation days of farming how are we supposed to deal with flat wheat stubble and if you want to go in to DD how do the drills cop with long flat stubble.
Are we aloud to burn small areas of flat stubble
With all this carbon talk or do we disc it to mix it up.